Brock University announced its plans for the upcoming Winter Term recently with a focus on a safe and accessible on-campus experience for students, faculty, staff and visitors.
With more classes being offered on campus and government restrictions easing, demand for on-campus residences continues to grow.
Applications are now open for students wanting to live in Brock’s on-campus residences for the Winter Term. All students, including those in first and upper years, are welcome to apply.
“After having very few students living in residence last year due to significant lower capacity and mostly online classes, we’re thrilled to have Brock students back in our residences this year,” said Jamie Fleming, Director of Residences. “Living in residences on campus allows students to be part of a supportive community, connect with other Badgers and live in very close proximity to campus buildings, student supports and amenities.”
New for the 2021-22 academic year is an all-access dining meal plan, giving students living on campus more flexibility and options with their food choices.
As part of Brock’s efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, in addition to other safety measures such as mandatory face coverings inside campus buildings, all students, including those living in residences on campus, must be fully vaccinated. Students must fill out the University Declaration prior to being assigned a room.
For more information about Brock’s COVID-19 response, visit brocku.ca/coronavirus
To apply to live in an on-campus Brock University residence, visit brocku.ca/residence/apply